Students from the Eastman School of Music Organ Department, joined by Eastman voice students will present a concert of highlights of the organ and opera repertoire from 19th century Italy. The reconstructed Italian Baroque organ in the Museum’s Fountain Court will be featured. Seating is limited, and provided on a first-come basis.
Admission is free with Admission to the Gallery. Thursday from 5 PM to closing, admission is half-price. Admission is free for UR Faculty, staff and students with ID.
Ad Hoc Music & the Rochester Early Music Festival will present this program as a benefit for the Coffee Connection, 681 South Ave in the South Wedge. Ad Hoc Music is a flexible musical collaborative that brings together students, professionals, and dedicated community musicians to present creative classical music performances, often in places where this music is not normally heard.
Malcolm Matthews, harpsichord, and friends from Eastman School of Music.
Musica Spei members Jeff Tabor (Tenor) and David McCarthy (Bass, playing harpsichord), join forces for a concert of Baroque songs from the Americas.
First Inversion, Lee Wright, Conductor, presents Welcome to All the Pleasures, a concert of Odes to St. Cecilia, Patroness of Music, by Purcell and Handel, accompanied by a chamber orchestra.
Please note that this concert will be repeated on Sunday, November 11 at 4:30 pm (NEW time!) at Downtown United Presbyterian Church, 121 N. Fitzhugh St., Rochester, NY. (Map)
Pegasus Early Music presents Venice - an excursion to 17th century Venice to explore the stunning vocal music of Barbara Strozzi, her contemporaries and her influences.
More information, including ticket pricing, can be found at the Pegasus Early Music website.
Though this concert is not part of the REMF calendar, we welcome the opportunity to let our fans know about this performance.
This exclusive fundraising event will be hosted by Musica Spei in a beautiful penthouse overlooking Downtown Rochester! Enjoy pairings of German-inspired food and beer guided by a local expert in fine malt beverages, while a charming ensemble of local musicians entertains you—all for a good cause.